I am just so pleased with this little dress that I knit for my little girl’s first Christmas. It’s simple and cozy, and isn’t it just adorable with those little tights? And what if I added a little red bow to her sweet little head? Oh goodness, it’s still months away and I don’t know… Continue reading A sweet little dress for Christmas
So, it’s obviously been a while…but it’s been for some very good reasons. The most exciting of which is that I’m expecting a baby girl this November! We’re so excited. And, as if preparing for a new arrival wasn’t enough, we decided now would be a good time to move across country from NYC to… Continue reading Back on the blog with baby knits!
Hello, February. We made it through the first month of 2016 in good form. As I was saying in my last post, I made some general, get-it-together, goals for myself this year. And I’m happy to report that I’m slowly chipping away at them. I’m trying to fit these goals into my everyday routine, integrating… Continue reading Mittens, knitting and yoga for the win
It was just a few days into the new year and I already had a new sweater off the needles…and then I spent three weeks trying to get a decent shot of me wearing said sweater. Between leaving for/coming home from work in the dark and being busy on the weekends, the light just never… Continue reading New year, new sweater, new me
*Yep, I just made up that word. Knifting. That time-old tradition of knitting for gifting. Get it? Knitting + gifting = knifting. Ha. Perhaps it’s time for me to lay off the Christmas candy? All that sugar is going to my head! But, in all seriousness, I am really happy with how my knifting went… Continue reading Holiday knifting*
This cute pair of pillows got finished up just in time for Thanksgiving like I had hoped. And what a colorful pair they make! They are the Linden and Alder patterns from Pam Allen’s Home Collection, both knit in Quince & Co’s lark yarn. I had wanted something to spruce up the living room a… Continue reading A pair of pillows
The 5th and most delicious fringehatalong yet–the Seathwaite hat! I am so stoked about how this hat turned out. I couldn’t even wait to block it before putting it into the regular wintertime accessory rotation. I mean, look at those cables! I used one of the suggested substitution yarns–Heirloom Romney by Fancy Tiger Crafts. I… Continue reading FO: Seathwaite hat